Children with 2 Homes

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Lulu.com, 2008 - Law - 88 pages
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This book reveals how the Canadian child-support guidelines discriminate against one parent despite clear objectives to treat both parents equitably in the best interests of their children.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
An overview
2
The Memorandum
4
The 4030 Equivalence Scale
5
The Formula
6
The assumptions
9
The remedies
10
The consequences
12
The algebra behind the Formula
34
The graphs
43
Increments for the 4030 and proposed scale
44
Cumulative increments for the 4030 and proposed scale
45
Recommended transfer for paying parents income of 50000
46
Comparison of net child costs for combined income of 100000
47
Ratios of Recommended net child costs to combined income
48
Income tax benefits for 1 2 and 3 children
49

A step in the right direction Conclusion
13
Decision diagram for proposed child support
14
The Report
16
The spending patterns
22
Contino
24
Validation
26
Relative contents of child support
27
Equality
28
Other equivalence scales
30
Closing remarks
33
Ratios of income tax benefit to income
50
Illustration of objective of Model
51
The tables of calculations
52
Transfer for 2 children at 50000 and 30000 and 0 access
53
Comparison in calculations of child support
54
Transfer for 2 children and 0 access following household change
55
Access parents relative child costs Proposed child support as access approaches 50
56
Correspondence
78
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